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How the Hugely Popular Kik App Is Ramping Up Its Ad-Tech Game

There are a whole lot of kids on Kik, which is getting increasingly serious about its advertising technology. With 40 percent of U.S. teens on the mobile messaging app, according to Kik, the Canadian company is betting that exchanging emojis for ads is the Web 2.0 version of virtual allowance.

Big Brands Like CoverGirl and Coke Are Finding the Perfect Moment to Deliver Mobile Ads

Bottom-of-the-page mobile banner ads can be tough sells nowadays if you work at a media company, whether you're pitching them to an advertiser or a consumer.

Redefining Mobile: Smartphones, Tablets Increasingly Have Separate Ad Budgets

As the Samsung Galaxy and iPhone 6 have introduced larger smartphone screen sizes to the masses, folks don't seem to be lugging their tablets around as much.

Do Native Ads Work?

Native ads are the buzzword of the moment in digital advertising, as many content publishers see them as the answer to the disappointments of standard display ads. Their champions say ads that are disguised as content have higher click-through and engagement rates than intrusive banners because they’re contextual and have quality content.

Lexus Goes Mobile With ‘Draw Something’

Lexus hopes to draw a young adult audience by running its biggest mobile game ad integration today through Friday. Augmenting a larger campaign for the 2013 Lexus ES that began on Sept.

Mobile, Facebook App Users Prefer Ad-Supported Versus Paid

Of Facebook’s nearly 1 billion users, 235 million play games on the social network, and the App Center it launched in May attracts 150 million users each month.